Despite a snowstorm and high winds, spring turned out to be
warm and dry for most of the region.
Orokonui Ecosanctuary has reached another milestone in its
fight against pests - it has finally eradicated the rats and
A family weight problem has been dealt to by three
generations of a Dunedin family who have lost more than
Dunedin businessman Trevor Kempton spent $16,046.36 to help
secure his seat on the Otago Regional Council.
Average maximum temperatures were 2degC to 4degC warmer
throughout Otago last month, but Dunedin still came in the
coldest of New Zealand's main centres.
They are keeping up their air of mystery but the kiwi at
Orokonui Ecosanctuary are believed to be settling in well.
Losing a chip to a red-billed gull might be frustrating, but
you need to look at it as a contribution towards saving a
nationally vulnerable species.
A group of school pupils and their teacher discovered dead
trout floating in Kaikorai Valley Stream yesterday.
New water-take measurement and reporting regulations should
be seen as an "opportunity" rather than an impediment by
Otago's mining privilege holders, Otago Regional Council
resource management director Selva Selvarajah says.
An initiative to prevent some of the 2.5 million litres of
antifreeze that come into New Zealand being tipped down
drains and running into waterways has begun in Dunedin.
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